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  • Sep 10, 2010
If/when I ever decide to watch this movie again, I'll only watch the first half. The second half to me was boring with too much drama.
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   I am so glad William, @woopak_the_thrill, recommended My Sassy Girl in his Valentine's Day list. I wasn't sure what to expect since the trailer was in Korean, a language which I obviously do not speak. Even after the movie started, I found myself saying, "What the...?" This is not your traditional romantic comedy, especially if all you are used to is the crap that America cinema produces. Be prepared for a different type of love story. In fact, I would classify …
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This film has been so successful that it spawned a TV series in South Korea and remade in a "straight to dvd" Hollywood movie with the same title with Elisha Cuttbert in the lead. Korean Bombshell Jyeon Ji-Hyeon will be playing the lead in the anime adapted live-action movie "Blood the Last Vampire" scheduled to be released in 2009.
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Director: Jae-young Kwak
Genre: Comedy, Romance, Drama
Release Date: July 27, 2001
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Screen Writer: Ho-sik Kim, Jae-young Kwak
DVD Release Date: July 27, 2001
Runtime: 137 minutes
Studio: Shin Cine Comminications
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